Battle Royale game 'PUBG' is getting a racing mode | Gaming Roundup

 


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For those who aren t in the know, PlayerUnknown s Battlegrounds, or PUBG as it s colloquially known, was one of the first games to usher in the current craze of battle royale shooters. Generally, these types of games have extremely light driving elements, if any at all. That s why it was a surprise to see that due to PUBG s collaboration with Spain-based motorcycle company El Solitario, the game will be adding a limited-time racing mode this June as part of its season content update.


The new mode will be available on the Miramar map and features both solo and squad racing types. It will be available June - on PC and June - on consoles, so don t wait too long to give it a try or you might miss it! You can pick up the game right here if you re interested, or check out the teaser for the upcoming season below.


The Rocket League item shop has been on fire the past few weeks with the additions of NASCAR and F vehicles to the store. As of this week, the McLaren S is available for in-game purchase as well. This isn t the first time the car has been available, but it is the first time since the game has been free-to-play.


It s not the same old S that was available last time either. This time, the car is available in silver. The McLaren S pack will costs players , credits or $ and it includes the vehicle itself, unique engine audio, a silver painted decal, non-painted and silver painted wheels, and three different player banners.


If you already have the S from the last time it was in the store and you want the silver decal but don t want to pay the full , credits, don t worry, an upgrade pack is available for people who already have the car. That pack will run players credits and includes only the painted decal, painted wheels, and a player banner. Check out the reveal below.


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